ROUND HOUSE OPENS FIRST AMERICAN CLOTHING FACTORY IN A DECADE
Made in U.S.A. still alive in Oklahoma.
In late September, dignitaries from across the state came to help christen the birth of something extraordinary- a new American clothing factory.
It was the grand opening of Shawnee, OK based Round House Overalls' new manufacturing plant in Wewoka.
"This expansion is America's first new clothing plant in more than a decade," says Mike Todaro, Managing Director of the American Apparel Producers Network.
"If you haven't noticed, clothing production has nearly all moved off-shore," he continued. "The fact that an American Made company like Round House Overalls can not only stay competitive, but even expand…it's simply incredible!"
"With the workwear on store shelves today made almost entirely overseas, Made in USA clothing is more in demand than ever," said Round House President Jim Antosh. "And we are proud to open this new plant to help meet that need."
Since 1903, Round House Mfg. Co. has produced American Made work clothing for use around the world, and is the oldest manufacturing company in the state.